|Bibliography, etc. Note:
|| Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:
|| Good and intimate filth / Christopher Hamlin -- The new historicism and the psychopathology of everyday modern life / David Trotter -- Sewage treatments : vertical space and waste in nineteenth-century Paris and London / David L. Pike -- Medical mapping : the Thames, the body, and our mutual friend / Pamela K. Gilbert -- Confronting sensory crisis in the great stinks of London and Paris / David S. Barnes -- Victorian dust traps / Eileen Cleere -- "Dirty pleasure" : Trilby's filth / Joseph Bristow -- Merdre! performing filth in the bourgeois public sphere / Neil Blackadder -- Foreign matter : imperial filth / Joseph W. Childers -- The dustbins of history : waste management in late-Victorian utopias / Natalka Freeland -- The Indian subject of colonial hygiene / William Kupinse -- Abject academy / Benjamin Lazier.
|| This book explores the question of what filth has to do with culture: what critical role the lost, the rejected, the abject, and the dirty play in social management and identity formation.
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|| Print version record.